a reply to: The angel of light
Unfortunately there was a kind of connection problem with ATS website at the precise moment I was uploading the thread, that prevented me to continue
writing the opening post before the editing time window ended, I am so sorry for that.
Here are some interesting links about references of the information included in the opening post:
Continuing with what I was writing :
Nancy Reagan, however, was not a fatalist woman, She knew that courses are, of course, something extremely difficult to deal with, but they can be
ameliorated with the appropriate advising of experts on the study of causal lines.
She hired the permanent advising of 3 Astrologers, C. Richter, J. Dixon and when she arrived to the white house also J. Quigley.
In an LA Times story, the spokesman for the now-deceased Righter confirmed that President Reagan never publicly revealed his exact birth time as a
precaution against letting people read his exact charts and perhaps control him—"It was a pretty smart move," the spokesman said.
One former aide told the New York Times that President Reagan timed his re-election campaign announcement to favorable astrology, for instance.
Jeanne Dixon was the most senior of the pool of Astrologers giving advise to the White house, She had been in similar position several times in her
so extensive career. She was a very reputed astrologer since the time of FDR And she was credited to have warned President Roosevelt about his death
before WWII ended.
Similarly she became extremely famous for an interview published in the Parade Magazine in 1956 where she predicted the election of a told, blond,
clear eyes, Catholic President who was going to die in office, JFK.
During the 1960 election she warned the media that although she had already predicted that Kennedy was going to be elected it was important to don't
underestimate Richard Nixon, since she also felt he was going to be President.
Nixon called Mrs Dixon to be her personal psychic Adviser during his years as President. In a Book published in 1973 she predicted that the Main land
of USA was going to experience a terrorist attacks carried out by middle east extremists, so it was her the eldest Astrological prediction of
September 11th of 2001 , after Mitchel of Nostradamus of course.
It was Joan Quigley, who is also already passed away who not only predicted the exact day of the attempt of assassination to Ronald Reagan in March of
1981 but also his survival. After such an achievement her influence on the Reagans became extremely important. She is credited to have advised the
President to moderate his policy on the Soviet union, what opened the path to the end of Cold war.
"After the 1981 assassination attempt of my husband, I wanted to keep him from getting shot again" ..."While astrology was a factor in
determining Ronnie's schedule, it was never the only one, and no political decision was ever based on it." from "My Turn.", by Nancy Reagan,
published in 1989
What does Joan Say?, published in 1990: "I was responsible for timing all press conferences," she said, "most speeches, the State of the Union
addresses, the takeoffs and landings of Air Force One. I picked the time of Ronald Reagan's debate with [Jimmy] Carter and the two debates with Walter
Mondale; all extended trips abroad as well as the shorter trips and one-day excursions."
She said she told the first lady that Reagan's stance against the Soviet Union has to change ahead of his 1985 meeting with the Soviet leader Mikhail
Gorbachev in Geneva.
"Gorbachev's Aquarian planet is in such harmony with Ronnie's, you'll see ... They'll share a vision," Quigley claimed to have told the first
Ronald W Reagan was the very first President ever in the USA History elected in a year ended in 0 that didn't die in office, a remarkable achievement
especially considering his so advance age when he was elected ( 69) and when he took office effectively (70).
This strange series of fatalities in the White house that include the deaths of 7 Presidents from 1841 to 1963 , starting from William H. Harrison to
John F. Kennedy remained absolutely unbroken until the years of Reagan in the white house.
It was under the advise of her psychics that Nancy convinced President Reagan to extend and sign a Federal law of protection of Native Americans.
As a governor of California in 1968 he was the very first State head that created a day to remember the Native Americans ( The American Indian Day) .
This was part of the recipe used ameliorate the effect of the curse launched by Tippencanoe , an Indian Priest who cursed the Presidency of the US in
revenge for the assassination of his brother the great warrior Tecumseh(1768-1813) who leaded many Indian nations in their war against the American
The thread is opened to the free discussion of this specially interesting astrological activity in the White house during the Reagan years. Please
remain in topic on your posts and under the rules of decorum and mutual respect in the communication.
Thanks for your attention,
The Angel of Lightness
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